Take on the tower for every childhood
Conquer the Arundel Castle Abseil on 15 March 2020. Abseil 180ft down the majestic Arundel Castle’s Bakehouse Tower. This is a chance to test your mettle whilst enjoying stunning views across the Sussex Downs. There will be 3 ropes running parallel - so you can make your descent with a friend or two!
Please note: Maximum weight is 21.5 stone, maximum waist size is less than 140cm (55 inches) including clothing and head size is less then 60cm (21.5 inches).
Why take part?
- Free entry for your supporters to watch you abseil down the iconic Bakehouse Tower from inside the Castle grounds.
- All safety equipment provided and medical staff on hand.
- Your own NSPCC t-shirt and fundraising pack.
- An exclusive NSPCC bobble hat once you have reached your sponsorship target.
- Support to help you prepare for the event, including fundraising tips and what to expect on the day.
- You’ll be doing something amazing for children.
By raising £250, you could help our 'Speak out. Stay safe' programme reach 83 primary school children, giving them knowledge to protect themselves from abuse*.
Sign up today
Registration is just £25 and we ask that you raise a minimum of £250 to support our work.
We're here to help you with your fundraising. Every year people just like you raise hundreds, or even thousands, of pounds. Here's our handy guide to how you might reach your target (and have fun at the same time!)
- A film night - £100
Whether it's a retro classic or so bad it's good, get a space, some popcorn and invite people to a cosy film night. Ask them to pay what they would in a cinema.
- Sweepstake - £100
Who'll win the grand national? How many sweets are in the jar? Set up a sweepstake and watch the money roll in.
- Dinner party - £150
Wine and dine your friends and family by inviting them to your home for a dinner party. Ask them to pay what they would in a restaurant.
Your donation could go towards Speak Out Stay Safe or it could help us fund services such as NSPCC's therapeutic services and Childline. Donations are distributed based on need.